STATS ARTICLES 2010

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Will you ring-in 2011 with a resolution?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, December 29, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, December 20, 2010

Crime data forces rethink of economic link
STATS Blog, Cindy Merrick, December 8, 2010

Just a spoonful of…?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, December 6, 2010

Vital Statistics: Thanksgiving Edition
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, November 24, 2010

Kabul is safer for kids than New York City… if
Trevor Butterworth, November 22, 2010

Is hypertexting a health problem?
STATS blog, Cindy Merrick, November 17, 2010

Kids screen out on TV
STATS blog, Cindy Merrick, November 10, 2010

World Health Organization says don’t ban BPA
Trevor Butterworth, November 10, 2010

Cold comfort
STATS blog, Rachel Salabes, November 8, 2010

Are cows burping up a greenhouse gas storm?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D and Cindy Merrick, November 5, 2010

Is it better to shoot up or smoke pot than have a shot?
Trevor Butterworth, November 4, 2010

The cash diet
STATS blog, Rachel Salabes, October 25, 2010

To cohabit or not to cohabit?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D and Cindy Merrick, October 22, 2010

Pay more tax and cheat death!
Trevor Butterowrth, Forbes, October 18, 2010

When love hurts a little less
STATS blog, Rachel Salabes, October 18, 2010

Smart returns on big government
STATS blog, Rachel Salabes, October 6, 2010

Once again, Europe says BPA is safe
Trevor Butterworth, October 1, 2010

Adding it up: How good is Value Added Modeling at measuring teacher performance?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D, September 29, 2010

The influenza network
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, September 17, 2010

Is the EPA about to shut down urban renewal across the U.S.?
Trevor Butterworth, September 16, 2010

Beware the bobsled
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, September 10, 2010

The flu: It’s about variance
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D, September 3, 2010

Got milk? Not anymore if schools have anything to do with it.
Trevor Butterworth, August 30, 2010

Sleigh bumps
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, August 25, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, August 18, 2010

Attractive women at disadvantage for unattractive jobs, study says
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, August 10, 2010

Red or dead?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, August 4, 2010

If you take Viagra, will you get an STD?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D and & Jing Peng, August 2, 2010

Make me sick in the ball park
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, July 27, 2010

Inside baseball's injuries
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, July 23, 2010

Survey finds one-third of doctors do not report impaired or incompetent colleagues
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, July 16, 2010

Drivers most likely at fault in Toyota car scare says Gov investigation
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, July 15, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, July 7, 2010

Mediterranean diet and heart disease
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D. & Jing Peng, July 7, 2010

Air pollution and heart attack
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D. & Jing Peng, July 1, 2010

Are short people at greater risk of heart attack than tall people?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D. & Jing Peng, June 28, 2010

Botox: More than skin deep?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, June 23, 2010

Science minus women equals biology?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, June 15, 2010

Survey finds a broken heart may cause men more pain than women
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, June 11, 2010

TV Dinners
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, June 8, 2010

What's in those veggies?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D. & Jing Peng, June 4, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, June 3, 2010

Is Childhood Cancer Becoming More Common?
Trevor Butterworth, May 28, 2010

Shocker: Empathy Dropped 40% in College Students Since 2000
STATS Blog, May 28, 2010

When it comes to relationships, a little gratitude goes a long way
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, May 26, 2010

Maia Szalavitz on Empathy
STATS Blog, Ourblook Interview, May 24, 2010

ABC News discovers digestion
Trevor Butterworth, May 20, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, May 19, 2010

Minority Report: Did the President’s Cancer Panel Abandon Science for Scientific Politics
Trevor Butterworth, May 13, 2010

The effects of television on toddlers
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, May 5, 2010

Sticky Study: Chocolate-depression link ignores actual chocolate content
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D, April 30, 2010

Not-So-Risky Business
Trevor Butterworth, Forbes.com, April 28, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, April 26, 2010

Drama – the key criterion for assessing volcano ash risk
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, April 20, 2010

How Not to Raise a Bully: The Early Roots of Empathy
Maia Szalavitz, Time.com, April 17, 2010

The unbearable lightness of health science reporting
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, April 16, 2010

Superbug Spreading
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, April 12, 2010

Sick people are good for you, sort of
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, April 8, 2010

Is BPA the new MMR? Debate in top scientific journal exposes flawed science
Trevor Butterworth, April 7, 2010

The costs of breastfeeding
April 5, 2010

Are you a “supertasker”?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, March 31, 2010

9/11 claimants: toxic dust caused 387 illnesses
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, March 25, 2010

White, well-educated and wealthy parents spread measles risk
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, March 22, 2010

Getting the finger from germs
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, March 17, 2010

Americanizing the global mind?
Andrew Rasmussen, Ph.D, March 15, 2010

George Stephanopoulos fears for 2,000 missing kids a day
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, March 8, 2010

A talking cure (literally)
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, March 8, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, March 4, 2010

Are blogs better than newspapers for medical reporting?
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, February 26, 2010

Choking on hot dog data: Has pediatricians’ group gone wild?
Trevor Butterworth, February 23, 2010

Lowdown on the Ivory Corral?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, February 23, 2010

Aliens tired of saucer-shaped spacecraft; flashing lights, abduction still popular
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, February 19, 2010

STATS Fellow Maia Szalavitz on ABC News
STATS Blog, February 17, 2010

Scientautism: A bad week gets worse for Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, February 12, 2010

Can soda give you pancreatic cancer?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, February 11, 2010

Why any ol' diet will work (if your BMI is high enough): A case study in regression toward the mean
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D, February 10, 2010

“Yes, we can” more like “no, we can’t” when it comes to obesity
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, February 10, 2010

Silicon Ale-y
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, February 9, 2010

Bankers are like child abusers, says psychoanalyst
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, February 4, 2010

New York Public School's Whole Milk Swindle
Trevor Butterworth, February 3, 2010

Heading to the slopes
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, February 3, 2010

Crime falls despite recession and other odd stats making news
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 27, 2010

Vital Statistics
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 25, 2010

Zzz's
Rebecca Goldin, PhD, January 22, 2010

Pharm party phever!
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 22, 2010

Teflon and Thyroidism
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 21, 2010

When Americans think of Europe, they’re not thinking of Bolton
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 21, 2010

FDA refuses activist demands to ban BPA: It’s safe, but “novel” findings should be studied further
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 15, 2010

Treehugger, Huffington Post ask: When will STATS concede that BPA is a threat?
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 14, 2010

Did your country make the cut?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 13, 2010

BPA and heart disease: Smoking gun or statistical smoke?
Trevor Butterworth, January 13, 2010

Autism from shampoo? Washington Post’s clueless review of “staggering” claims
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 8, 2010

Stirring research on spooning medicine
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 7, 2010

Is your teenage son going to get man boobs?
Rebecca Goldin Ph.D, January 6, 2010

Safety regulation costs charities hundreds of millions
STATS Blog, Trevor Butterworth, January 4, 2010

Study finds lower incidence of autism in vaccinated kids
STATS Blog, Trevor butterworth, January 4, 2010